Mari Holzer. storage. November 12th , 2017.
In the age of retro furniture, blanket chests are making a comeback, but still, it is not to the extent that they were used earlier. Most homes are doing without these for want of space, and because there are so many other options to store their blankets. The settees that are in vogue in small houses are taking care of the added storage space, and there are several people who are putting their blankets in large cabinets too. Add to that, blanket chests are expensive, because they are usually made with the best quality wood.
Below the countertop, the sink and on the walls, cabinets serve as the primary storage units in most kitchens. Depending upon the size of your kitchen, you can have free-standing cabinets, or a set of drawers, the top of which acts as a table to keep things handy. If your countertop is L-shaped, a rotating corner carousel is ideal and stores a large number of items.
However, that doesn't mean you need to make an extravagant purchase. There are plenty of inexpensive and creative ways you can get the job done. And, you can start by giving the following 9 ideas a chance.
Wood: Those made from hardboard (a material made up of highly compressed wooden fibers) are popular, and a relatively cheaper option. However, they retain moisture and are not a good choice for heavy equipment. Wood-based composites like particle boards or medium-density fiber boards are also commonly used. Composite fiber boards are a better option and long-lasting, but too much of weight can damage them.
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